Toon-Doku (Nintendo DS)

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Toon-Doku is a sudoku game for Nintendo DS which attempts to substitute the numbers used in the original game for colorful images. The game features 99 custom sudoku puzzles widely ranging in difficulty, 9 different avatars, and 246 different images to substitute the numbers with. The game is fully customizable, allowing the player to choose not only his or her own avatar, but the background skin, music tracks, as well as all 9 of the symbols used to play the game (the game doesn't force the player to use images, one can choose to use numbers). Furthermore, the player is given a choice to draw his/her own unique set of symbols.


Toon-Doku Nintendo DS Messy, messy, messy - forever is the way of Toondoku.
Toon-Doku Nintendo DS Even though some of the icons are quite interesting-looking, the only way to make the game playable is to use numbers.
Toon-Doku Nintendo DS And another skin - this one with a spooky castle.
Toon-Doku Nintendo DS The game is essentially a commercially-published homebrew project, and this pause menu is a testament to that.

Alternate Titles

  • "Toon-Doku: Sudoku with Pictures!" -- Tag-lined title
  • "Toon-Doku: Distraction System" -- In-game title

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AceGamez May 02, 2007 5 out of 10 50 Nov 26, 2007 9 out of 20 45
Worth Playing Dec 28, 2007 4.2 out of 10 42
IGN May 25, 2007 3.5 out of 10 35
NintendoWorldReport Jun 11, 2007 2.5 out of 10 25


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DarkFalzX (4687) added Toon-Doku (Nintendo DS) on Jun 16, 2007